All of the foie gras and 30-year-old Scotch appear to have gone to the Wisconsin governor’s head, because he doesn’t seem to know much of anything these days. He’s not 100% up to speed on that whole Dodd-Frank thing, although he’s heard it’s awful. He’s pretty sure that air-traffic controllers work for the State Department, but, again, don’t ask him to swear by it. He doesn’t know if the president he’d like to succeed is a Christian or a patriot. He can’t really pin down what he thinks about evolution. And, in spite of his much-ballyhooed reelection four months ago, he’s not so sure he still is Wisconsin’s governor.
Mr. Walker’s appearances at donor conclaves will take him back and forth across the country several times between late January and early March….
“Oh, I think along the way I’ll be at plenty of dairy events and farm events and factories just like when I was governor,” Mr. Walker said.
One thing is he sure about, however, is he really likes the people passing those hors d’oeuvres and all of the money they can give him.